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Redirect A/B Test (Activity) in Adobe Target

rishik29577799
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Hi,

I am using Redirect to create two version of the test as the new landing page.

The problem is with the page name when I breakdown the Target Activity in Analytics it takes into account also the page name of the Control version from which the redirection is happening.

The two version of the homepage in the test have different page name compared to the Control version.

Any workaround to this?

Thanks!

-Rishi

1 Accepted Solution
ryanr701
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Employee
Employee

Hi rishik29577799​,

So a redirect test that is using Analytics for Reporting (A4T)? When looking at the reports you are seeing control page name in the page break-down for visitors in the experience that should have been redirect to the second page?

This can occasionally happen if the Analytics image request fires before the first page is redirected. However, keep in mind visitors aren't actually seeing the control page before being redirected - flicker handling prevents that. That said it is likely safe to ignore that row of the break-down report.

Hope that helps.

Ryan

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surebee
Employee
Employee

Hey rishik29577799​,

Could you please provide screenshots of the activity set up, the URLs you are using and the report you are viewing in Analytics?

Also, are you on the required library versions for A4T with redirects? Please see Redirect offers - A4T FAQ.

Thanks!

ryanr701
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

Hi rishik29577799​,

So a redirect test that is using Analytics for Reporting (A4T)? When looking at the reports you are seeing control page name in the page break-down for visitors in the experience that should have been redirect to the second page?

This can occasionally happen if the Analytics image request fires before the first page is redirected. However, keep in mind visitors aren't actually seeing the control page before being redirected - flicker handling prevents that. That said it is likely safe to ignore that row of the break-down report.

Hope that helps.

Ryan

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rishik29577799
Level 2
Level 2

Thanks for getting back Ryan, this was helpful!